The most recent Dew Tour Finals took place at Lauridsen skatepark in Des Moines, Iowa, last week. Billed as “the largest open park in the nation,” Gustavo Ribeiro wasted no time covering every square inch of the street course, nabbing first place. Check out some highlights from the Men’s Street contest—featuring Sean Malto, Jake Ilardi, Felipe Gustavo, Chris Joslin, Jamie Foy, Shane O’Neill, Dashawn Jordan, Vincent Milou, Kelvin Hoefler, Yuto Horigome, Carlos Ribeiro, and Gustavo Ribeiro—above!
Here are the top 3 Men’s Street results:
3. Kelvin Hoefler, with a score of 86.00; 2. Yuto Horigome, with a score of 87.33; and 1. Ribeiro, with a high score of 89.00.
For the Women’s Street event, Momiji Nishiya was the queen: 3. Chloe Covell had a score of 81.66; 2. Pamela Rosa, with a score of 84.33, and 1. Nishiya with a score of 95.33.
Men’s Park went off, with Gavin Bottger flying to the top. 3. Keegan Palmer, with a score of 85.00; 2. Luiz Francisco, with a 86.33; and 1. Bottger with a high score of 88.00.
In the Women’s Park event, Sky Brown took first: 3. Cocona Hiraki with a 82.66; Sakura Yosozumi, with a score of 83.00; and 1. Brown, with a high score of 89.66.
Men’s adaptive Street Finals: Finishing in third place was Justin Bishop with a score of 88.66; Steven Breeding with 91.66 in second; and Felipe Nunes in first place with a 95.66.
Men’s adaptive Park Finals: Nunes defends his adaptive park title for a second year in a row with a high score of 96.66. Rounding out the podium in second place is Vinicios Sardi with a 86.66 and Brandon White with a 83.66 for third place.
And, the Women’s Adaptive Finals: Driana Haynes finished in third with a 40.00; Kanya Sesser in second place with a 62.33; and Tia Pearl in first with a high score of 71.33.